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Child Outcomes of the Arkansas Better Chance Prekindergarten Program in Kindergarten and First Grade

April 1, 2009

This presentation, presented by NIEER researchers Jason T. Hustedt, W. Steven Barnett, and Kwanghee Jung at the 2009 Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, focuses on early results from a 5-year longitudinal study of the state-funded Arkansas Better Chance (ABC) prekindergarten program. The goal of this study is to estimate the…

Hispanics, Language and Immigration: Gaps in the Early Years

April 1, 2009 English Language Learners

Presentation by NIEER Assistant Research Professor Milagros Nores and Claudia Pineda, University of California, on their study of Hispanic gaps, addressing questions such as: How much of the Hispanic achievement gap can be explained by language background differences and immigration experiences? How do Hispanics gaps evolve over time and compare to other racial groups? How…

Pre-K Availability in Vietnam: Determinants of Early Attainment & Progress

April 1, 2009

Presentation by NIEER Assistant Research Professor Milagros Nores and Emanuella di Gropello, World Bank, at the 2009 Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. The presentation gives an overview of a paper that analyzes the effect of preschool availability in Vietnam on grade completion indicators, estimating the probability of grade completion and…

Worldwide Access to Early Childhood Programs: Where Do We Go From Here?

April 1, 2009

Early childhood care and education (ECEC) programs have become more and more available to children across the world during the past several decades. However, enrollment rates remain low in developing countries, where children are particularly disadvantaged. ECEC is one of six Education for All goals set at the World Education Forum in 2000 for expanding…

(Under)investing in the very young: Benefits of ECD in an international perspective

March 1, 2009

Presentation by NIEER Assistant Research Professor Milagros Nores and Co-Director W. Steven Barnett on their study that analyzed early childhood interventions from 23 countries and found substantial cognitive, behavioral, and health benefits as well as schooling outcomes that were sustained over time.

What’s New in Pre-K Research

August 1, 2008 OutcomesState & LocalState Pre-K Evaluations

NIEER Co-Director Ellen Frede’s presentation on research in preschool education includes information on randomized trials, NIEER state studies, and more.

Improving Teaching Through Standards-Based Systematic Assessment: Development of the Early Learning Scale

June 1, 2008 AssessmentWorkforce

Presentation by Shannon Riley-Ayers, Ellen Frede, Gera Jacobs, and Judi Stevenson Boyd at the National Association for the Education of Young Children’s National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development June 9, 2008.

Investing in Quality Pre-K

October 1, 2007 OutcomesQuality and Curriculum

NIEER Director Steve Barnett presents the impacts of a quality early education at New Hampshire’s 2007 Legislative Forum, October 11, 2007.

The Effects of Oklahoma’s Pre-Kindergarten Program on School Readiness

June 1, 2007 OutcomesQuality and CurriculumState & LocalState Pre-K Evaluations

A power point presentation on Oklahoma’s prekindergarten program by William Gormley delivered at a congressional briefing on key issues in preschool education June 18, 2007.

New State Research on Highly Effective Pre-K

June 1, 2007 Economics and FinanceEnglish Language LearnersQuality and CurriculumState & LocalState Pre-K Evaluations

NIEER Director Steve Barnett’s power point presentation on state preschool research at the Congressional briefing June 18, 2007.